The Washington Redskins, after a 4-12 2014 season, are “winning off the field,” says team president and general manager Bruce Allen.
The Washington Redskins and defensive coordinator Jim Haslett have “mutually agreed to part ways,” the team has announced.
After 150 days of silence, Redskins GM Bruce Allen is scheduled to address the state of the organization on Wednesday. Let’s predict how he’ll sell more false hope for 2015.
A grim historical Dan Snyder-owned Redskins timeline to consider before President and GM Bruce Allen takes to the podium to address any changes possibly forthcoming within the organization.
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden will meet with general manager Bruce Allen and owner Dan Snyder this week to determine the organization’s plan for the offseason, he told reporters Monday.
“Bruce Allen, as a general manager, is inept, and he has no business having the job,” ranted 106.7 The Fan radio host Grant Paulsen, who covered Allen and the Redskins as a beat reporter for four years.
Redskins’ GM Bruce Allen has two easy, but major decisions to make in the offseason: Fire defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and fire himself as head of personnel, Rick Snider writes.
After weeks of rumors, it appears the Redskins are keeping the band together. But that core of RG3, Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen must improve next year, or major changes will come, Rick Snider writes.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden, who will have four years left on his contract after this season, has been informed from above his job is safe through next season, according to NBC Washington’s Dianna Russini.
Colt McCoy’s three touchdowns and nearly 400 yards in a 49-27 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday shows this team’s collapse is about more than the quarterback.